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JOc-PER COW First in-Service to Readers THE ANTIOClf^EWS.THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14; 1954 First in Results to Advertisers VOLUME LXLX. NUMBER 13 



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Antioch Newt and Grade 

School to Sponsor Annual 

Parade and Party 

The " annual Antioch Halloween 
Party for grade school children will 
be held on 'October 29 from 1 to 3 
p, m. The program has' been 
moved' to the afternoon, Instead of 
In the evening as has been the cus- 
tom in former, years, 
^.The event this year will be spon- 
sored by- the Antioch News and the 
Antioch Grade : School; 

Richard Whltacre, principal of the 
Grade school, will be In charge of 
the parade, which will start at . 1 
p. m, at the school, 
- Children in costume from Kinder- 
garten through eighth grade will 
• parade through the business -dis- 
trict, then return to, the. school audi- 
torium, where their costumes will 
be judged as each grade crosses the 
stage. Each and every child cross- 
ing the stage must be masked. Be- 
cause of, the number- of children -in- 
volved, there will be no pre-school 
- children participating. 

The morning session of kinder- 
garten will be cancelled, and all 
kindergarten children will meet In 
Mrs Brown's room at 12:20 p. m. 
and be prepared to head the line 
_ of march, by 1 p. m. 

Mrs, Homer Gaston, represent- 
ing the Antioch News, will be mas- 
ter of ceremonies, and will present 
prias to the winning children, as 
they are selected by the judges. 

Six prizes will be awarded each 
grade— a first, secondhand third to 
the boys, and a first, second , and 
third to the 'girls. All, first prize 
winners will .assemble on the stage 
at the' conclusion "of > the program 
and grand prizes will" be awarded 
for the best girl's costume and then 
for the best boy's costume. 

After the judging, a short enter- 
tainment film will be shown the 
children. All - busses .will run after 
the conclusion of. the program. 









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A.T.H.S. Homecoming Celebration to Start Friday 
with Parade, Pep Rally at Night; Football Games 



Sat. Night Followed 



Glenbrook and Antioch 
Unbeaten Teams, Fight 
For Goaf . Leadership 

Jim McMillen Out at Game 
■ With Fractured Arm; 
Ram* Defeated 




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Ground breaking ceremonies were held yeatet.lay. by member* of the building committee of the 
new Antioch. Lutheran church and members >of the e nirregatloiu .fJoadBltteemen and members -jf the 
church who participated tn the affair were, left to right, Mrs. D. Laaghot; Mrs. Clara Buck; Mildred 
Steger; Elmer Rentaer, chairman; Rev. B. P. Otto,' Pastor; Mr. and Mn^Henry Pipe; terrain* rape; Ray- 
mond Baethke; Henry Rentner; and Walter Baetbke; all of AnUoch;; Seated on the excavating machine 
,1s Millard Schneider, and on the boJldoter, Richard Schneider or The Schneider Trucking Company, 
Lake Villa, Illinois. - . vr ■•■.•■.- 




Dirksent 
at G. 0. P. Rally 
Here on Oct 



Mass Meeting at Grade Sch. 

Building to Boom Meek 

for Senator 



Antioch 



Industry Sita 
actories when Fl 



Three Vaudeville Acts 
During Intermission 
Of Globtrotter Game 



lectricity with City 




Of Fire De 
Secretary Gi 



rtment; 
Report 




Year's Lou in Entire. DUt. 

$7,035 on $247,450 

Valuation 



John Tegel man, vice president of 
the Antioch Fire department for the 
past two years, . was advanced to 
president in an election of officers 
held by the department Tuesday 

evening. 

He succeeds Robert J.. Webb who 
held the office since 1952. ~. 

Charles. •"Tod" Maplethorpe' was 
elected vice-president.-. 

Clarence B. Shultls was re-elected 
secretary, marking the beginning oi 
his twenty-first term in that office. 

George P. Garland was re-elected 
treasurer for the thirty-fourth con- 
secutive time, and Marvin Toepper 
was re-elected sergeant -at -arms.:, 

Raymond Toft was elected dele- 
gate to .the Lake County Firemen's 
association' for • three yew period. 
The next county meeting will be at 
Wauconda.* ;(■'( 

The report of the secretary shows 
that 24 regular meetings of the de- 
partment were held during the fis- 
cal year with an average attendance 
cM9 members . 

From Oct 1, IMS to Sept SO, 
1954 the department answered .a 
total of 86 fire calls. In the village 
. there ware five grass fires; one car 
fire, one truck fire and three build- 
ing . Urea. The; property value in- 
volved In *« firea wasv$59,OO0, and 

. the" loss- M«- " "'" " 

In. the first fire: district-there 
were 49 grass firea, four- truck *nd 
oar fires, one .-boat fire, .one teatlar 
fire, and 211 building fires on which 
there was a total property valiuvo* 
$194,450, and a fire loss of $5,390. 

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Prixeg to Be Offered V 
For Halloween Paintinga 



U. S. Senator Everett M. Dirksen 
of Pekln, 111., will "speak v in behalf 
of . Joseph, Meek,. Republican eandi- 
| date for U.-S.. senator at a mass 
meeting at 8. p. m. Sunday," Oct. 31 
' at the Antioch Grade School gym- 
nasium. ' 

The program Is sponsored by the 
Lake County Republican Central 
committee with the Antioch-Leke 
Villa Republican Men's club, serv- 
ing as host Richard Seyfarth is 
president of . the local club. 

Rep. Marguerite Stitt- Church is 
expected .to accompany Senator 
Dirksen here and probably will be 
called upon to introduce him. 

Senator Dirksen. will come here 
from Lake Zurich where at 3 p. m. 
he will dedicate the new , addition 
to the EU- Vernon: Township! High 
School. . 




The thrill of seeing two unde- 
feated' teams will be the big- at- 
traction to the annual Homecoming 
of Antioch Township High School 
Saturday, for the Scquoits will- play 
Glenbrook, 

Both teams have won flhree. con- 
ference victories this year, Antioch 
beating Grayslake last Saturday 15 
to and the Spartans winning from 
the Bensenvllle Bisons 28 to IB. 

Statistics show the Sequoits a hot- 
ter defensive team so far, for they 
Itave only been ' scored on once in 
contrast to four time for Glenbrook. 
They will be without the services 
of Jim McMillen, tackle who suf- 
fered an incomplete fracture of an 
■arm in the Grayslake game and will 
be out of the lineup until late in 
the season. Bob Terry or Fred 
Clark will take his place, 
- Northwest Suburban Conference 
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Joe Meek Caravan 
Come To Antioch And 
Lake Villajaturday 

Antioch Is onV.the : route of the 
caravan . sponsored • by the Illinois 
Young. Republicans for the 15th 
congressional district ■ in their Joe 
Meek for U. S. senate - campaign, 

The caravan will arrive; here at 
10:15 a. m. Saturday from Zion and 
Mayor James , McMillen has been 
asked -to meet them • at Main and 
Lake sis. There will be a halt hour 
stay after which the caravan will 
leave, for Lake Villa, arriving there 
at 10:45 ; a, in. 

Other schedules are Fog Lake, 
lltlS; Round,'; Lake, v. : llitt: Round 
Lake Beach, 12; Round Lake Park 
12:1S^lor:~ lunch; Grayslake '1:50; 
Wauconda 2:15; Lake- Zurich 2:45; 
Mundelein S;30 and libertyvilk 
3:45." The caravan will' then visit 
the shore cities. , \ ' 
•vMurray R Conielman, vicepresl 
dent of the Young Republicans, is 
in charge of arrangements. for the 
caravan. 

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Dr. Biron Addreaaea 

Convention in Indiana 



Children of 4he Antioch Grade 
School from the fifth through the 
eighth grades will decorate store 
windows of business men who: are 
members of the Chamber of Com- 
merce for prizes to be awarded by 
tie Women of the Moose, 

The Halloween motif wlU pre- 
vail In the paintings, which will 
start at a. m. Oct 27. 

The children will' arrange with 
the ator eownera, for certain space 
which will be reserved for them. A 
committee wiirjudRO' the art. 

This replpoces the Indiscriminate 
soaping of windows. 

Mr. and Mrs. : George Hawkins 
and Mr. and Mrs; , Wandell Nelaon 
art «a^:»Vfaw;d*yivy«^on r 

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Dr. W. A. Biron spent Sunday and 
Monday in Indianapolis, Indi, where 
he lectured on ChlrapracUc* Practice 
and Techniques before the Indiana 
Chiropractors convention. 

Having been professor and head 
of : the - department of ;' chiropractic 
at the Rational College of Chiro 
practic, In Chicago for several years 
and ; author of. a Chiropractic - text 
book, Dr. Biron was no , stranger to 
this Marge' group and was given an 
enthusiastic reception, 
' Monday morning he 'was escorted, 
to the Lincoln College of Chlro- 

{^ractic arid shown through its fine 
aboratoriea and .class rooms, ; - 
He was able to return to Antioch 
In time for office hours Tuesday des- 
the flood conditions in Chi 
Kortharn Indiana, 



Three "vaudeville acts that have 
shared billings with the Harlem 
Globe Trotters basketball team in 
travels around the' ■ world will a vie 
with- the A; M. Sapersteln-wiraids 
of the court'f or *tfie applause when 
the Trotters play .the bewhiskereS 
House of David .quintet In Antioch 
High School gymnasium the night 
of October 21. The game will start 
at 8 p. m. , 

The big benefit program, jointly 
sponsored by- the Lake ..Villa Men's 
Club and the Antioch Lions Club, 
will offer the entertainment of 
Yvonne, and Jlriimy Garnerj tram- 
poline artists; Ray Wilbert, hoop 
manipulator, and. the Farals Duo, 
Cuban hand balancers, with Glenn 
Perkins as master r.cf ceremonies.; 
■ "I am. positive 4hese great per- 
formers will be well receieved dur- 
ing the intermission of the Globe 
Trotters'- duel'. with the House of 
David,' 1 , Mr.; Saperstein, owner- 
coach of the Trotters, said in an- 
nouncing the acts that he will bring 
to Antioch, 

Entertainment Deuated 
The entire program, the services 
of the referees, the -vaudeville acts, 
and the: two basketball teams, is 
being donated by Mr. Saperstein so 
that the Lake Villa Men's club char- 
ity fund and the. drive ior an Anti- 
t>ch High School football scoreboard 
can realize'approxlmately 55000, the 
total receipts which will be divided 
between the two communities. 

The Globe Trotters wiiP have 
Goose Tatum and Ermer .Robinson 
artrthei forwards, Clarence Wilson 
and Josh Gibson playing guard and 
Walter Dukes, a seven footer, gyrat- 
ing at center at the outset Chuck 
HoRon,;Leon Hilllard, Willie Gard- 
ner and Bill Farriett are other 
members of (the No. 1' Globe Trotter 
unit who wilt see plenty of action. 
■ ■•' Eight Rewluakared Players 
George Anderson, coach ot the 
House of David, will employ eight 
players: Hank Decker/ Bill: Watson; 
Art' Ziehn arid Rus Smikle, for- 
wards;'. Bob Moroski, center, and 
Don Templis, Jack Garrett and Jim 
Kelleri 'guards. 

( Referees will be Hank . Stein and 
Ellis Hasan of Chicago. 

A limited number of tickets still 
are available. In Antioch get them 
at Reeves Drug , Store, King's Drug 
Store, Oardi's' Restaurant ar In the 
Antioch News office. Don Sum- 
mers* Pharmacy I* the Lake Villa 
ticket outlet 

The Globe Trotters and the rest 
of the' Saperstein oast are appearing 
In Antioch as a- courtesy 'to Howard 
T. Martin of Lake Villa, who is as 
aistant sports editor' of The Chicago 
Tribune. Martin end; Saperstein 
have been friends since boyhood.. 



i Antioch's-' largest industry, ; the 
Regal- China ,Co., .was' called upon 
this week to -reduce Its use of elec- 
trical power so ; . that Chicago area 
industries , might be kept in oper- 
ation. -A bulletin' received today 
lifted the curtailment of power use 
at 8 p. m. tonight 

tElectrical power facilities". In Chi- 
cago were put out ' of commission 
Sunday, when a' record breaking rain 
caused the Chicago river to over? 
flow and Inundate power plants, 



Antioch 
Glenbrook 

Palatine 

Wauconda ' 

Bensenvllle 

Grant 

El a- Vernon 

Grayslake 



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High Individual Scoring 
Alan Eck, Palatine, 19 ' 
Bilf Blake, Antfoch, 18 
Bob D'Hooge, Bensenville, 18 
Don Smith, Wauconda, 18 \ 
Ken Siretzke, Bensenville, 16 
Bob Pintozzi, Wauconda, 13 

Bill Gallagher, Antioch, 12 
Bob Klaus, Grant,. 12 



j Roy Ballwanz, Antioch, 12 
A share-the-power plan was placed ^ Jafikot> Waucond ^ 12 



into, use and the Regal China- Co. 
became one of the 22 'Lake County 
indtkirles responding. The 110 em- 
ployees -divided temporary, lay-offs, 
working:: shorter hours during' the 
emergency period which h expected 
to end Saturday. 

The .Antioch area', like most of 
Lake county escaped the heavy del- 
uge of rain Saturday night and Sun- 
day which flooded the area west 
and southwest of Chicago as far as 
DeKalb/and Dixon. 

The rainfall here was heavy— 1.76 
inch for a total of 4.43 Inches for the 
month so far, but "It wasn't any 
thing like the 8.5 Inches In the Chi 
cago area.. 

Dales. Station. Flooded 

In Chicago, the Union Station was 
flooded so that trains could not 
enter^ it : The Chicago- Daily News 
suffered the loss of its .print paper 
and was printed on Tribune presses 
Monday. 

. In the suburban areas people 
were 'rescued,, from their homes in 
boats. 

Northern Illinois State Teachers 
college at DeKalb , was closed Moo- 



Dave Corso, Grenbrook, 12 . 
Ray" WendelsrGlenbToofcr-12- 
Duane Harm, Glenbrook, 12. - 



Mrs. Ottilia M. 

Schumacher, 90, 

Buried Monday 



Mrs. Ottilia M. Schumacher, 90, 
died Thursday, Oct, 7, at 2:30 p. m. 
at the homcof-her daughter, Mrs. 
Charles Murphy, 7304, 14th Ave., 
Kenosha, following seven months of 
illness. She was born Aug. 27, 1864 
at Dacada, Wis.," moving to Trevor 
in 1884 and to Kenosha in 1946. She 
was' a member of Holy Name church 
and St, Ann's Society. 
•- She was' united in > marriage with 
Nicholas J.; Schumacher June 9, 
1884 at Dacada, 

/ Survivors are. five daughters, 
Mrs.- Elisabeth .Horn icr and Mrs. 
Mary Kobberg, both of Chicago, 
Mrs. Susan Murphy and Mrs. Tillie 
Lux, and Mrs. Lillian Belrne, all of 
Kenosha, eleven grandchildren arid 
twenty, great-grandchildren 



Funeral services were held Man- 
SUSfK;™!^ l^T^iE^y from the Strang. Funeral home 



Mary Wolff Named Quean; 

Floats Vie For Prizes; 
Parade Through Village 

Many Alumni Expected for 
Game and Dance on 
. Saturday Night 



With a greatly' increased alumni 
meinfoership in recent years Anti- 
och Township High School may ex- . 
pcct;td-have its largest attendance 
at the. Homecoming this weekend. 

Following much 4he pattern of 
programs in previous years,, the 
celebration will start at 7:30 p. m. 
tomorrow with "a parade of floats, 
decorated student cars and entries 
from business firms and clubs in 
the Antioch arid" Lake Villa areas. 
The Hoots will: assemble at the 
north parking lot of the high school 
grounds; entering .through the 
Chestnut st. entrance. The color 
guard and marching units will form 
in the south drive, and the student. ' 
cars and" other entries will line, up 
In the south parking lot. 

The line of march will be north 
on Main st. through the- business 
district to Orchard st, west on Or- 
chard 'to Broadway, then south to 
Lake at.,' east to Main and south 
to the high school. -> 

Bonfire and Speeches 
Following the parade there wilt 
be the traditional bonfire and pep 
session In the south parking lot 
Bob Terry, vice 'president of .the 
student council, will serve as mas- 
ter of ceremonies' and call upon 
cooches, team captains, and sports 
celebrities tor speeches. He will 
announce the winners of 'the prizes 
in the parade.. ^~ le prizes will be 
Floats, *13, $10,, .and $7; Cars, |5, 
$3, and $2; and business men's en- 
tries, $5, $3, 'and $2. 

Saturday's" events will be the 
Freshman-Sophomore " game" . with 
Glenbrook ". under t faasmen starting 
at 6:15 p. in. arid the '.varsity fiame 
with Gleofcrook at. 8:30- p. m. _i 
' At half time the. Antioch Town- 
ship High School- Marching, band ,. 
will appear nn precisioh marching 
maneuvers, and : \th'e ^Homec^ihg " 
queen ai\d her court wlTf appear, , 

Crown Qaeea at Dahee . 
-The Hwnecoming;^ da nee which, is 
open to i the public 'will be from 10 
to 12:30 a. m. in the school gym- 
nasium with music by Frank Ma- 
rooqo's orchestra. At 10:45.. p. in. 
special recognition- will-he given to 
the alumni, present. 

Crowning of the Homecoming 
queen will take place at 11 p. m. 
The queen this year, is Mary Wolff, 
daughter of Mr. ; and Mrs. . Herman 
Wolff of Lake Villa, who is a high 
school senior. James McMillan will 
be her escort., 

The attendants at her court an* 
their escorts* are Marcla Hogan, a? 
senior, and Harry Llndgren; Pat; 
Gallagher, a junior, . and . Donaid 
Wertz;' Toni Diorio, a sophomore,.' 
and John M-rtteoni; and Rose Ellen. 
Furlan, a 'frediman, and Donald: 
Cullimore, s 



campus. Students, had to ; wade 
water knee deep from 'the dormi- 
tories to go down town for food. 

George Borovicka, local druggist, 
who made a trip to LaSalle to pur- 
chase parts of an antique fire truck, 
said R was like threading a mate 
to find his way home through the 
flooded area Monday. Roads . open 
one : hour would be* closed the next 
hour «b .waters loosened from the 
Chicago river descended on the flat 
area at Sycamore and Dixon. 

Borovicka said 'he saw men in 
boots trying to round up 300 head 
of feeder cattle in taking them to 
high ground. At DeKalb a truck 
carrying 1,800 frozen turkeys over 
turned, V He guarded the truck three 
hours while the driver .- went for 
help. He said . that water covered 
the land at. Dixon fores far as ttie 
eye could sat, 



Lions Club Votes to 
Sponsor Antioch Band 



and Holy Name "church,. Wilmot. 
Interment was in Holy Name ceme- 
tery. 

A Canpella Choir Will 

Perform at Lake Villa 

Members of Antioch Township 
High School's A Cappella choir 
will go to Lake Villa Friday after- 
noon, October 22nd to perform *a 
program at the lake Villa Grade 
school. ' 

The brief program will be styled 
particularly for the young: audience. 
It will * provide an opportunity tor 
the grade school students to become 
familiar with one of the high school 
activities.. . ■ ~" , 



Mrs. Maryfee Kyre 



COUNTY MEETING OF 
WOMKN'8 CLUBS FWDAT 

An effort to have all 18 clubs of 
the Lake County . Federation of 
monthly meeting in the Lake Forest 
Women's, Club , „ represented at the 
library tomorrow "will be made, The 
board will meet . at 12:30 p. m.; 
there will be a dessert luncheon at 
ip.m, and a program at 2 pT m. in 
which Adeline Gaocge Karis will 
ftiiopa in 1H4." 

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Sponsorship of the Antioch Com- 
munity 'fund was voted Monday 
evening by the Antioch Lions ek*b 
at rits dinner meeting* at Smart's 
Country House. 

,The club appropriated 1400: for 
the expenses' of the band -which Is 
continuing ■ Its practices and train- 
ing this winter under the' direction 
of. Louis Chenette of the high Bchool 
faculty, 

. More members are needed and 
the. officers of. the band, are asking 
thai' men or women who play band 
instruments Join the organization. 
■■: William Dow, chairman ' ot the 
minstrel 'show committee, says thai 
plans are moving along rapldy for 
the event, but he Is atU looking 
ayaclat and unusual talent 



U Faatare Trio 

Featured at the concert oh .Oct 
2»th of the AnUoch Township High 
School band will be a trip composed 
of Barbara Dooltttle, David Cain, 
and Jay. Cribb. The selection they 
will play is "Three Cardinals" by 
Davis which is a' modern trumpet 
trio in swing, style. \Tt imy t .will, be 
accompanied by the band. 

Seat la Stave Ignitea 

The Antioch »f ire department was 
called to the home of Mrs. Helen M. 
Lavelle In Hollywood ■ . subdivision 
on Lake Catherine' whereT aoot in a 
floor -(pace - heater ignited. The 
fire damage was slight, according to 
Clarence Shultls, secretary of the 
fire department. 



Funeral M Monday 

Mary, Lee Hyre,'Rte. 3, Antioch, 
V o 1 k ■ s Mid-Lakes subdivision, . 
passed away Friday, at Fassavstnt 
Memorial ShoaprtuC, t'hicago^ . 

Mrs. Hyre was born Nov. 13, 1807. 
at Nashville, Tenn., moving to Chi- 
cago in 1007.T later, coming to; Anil-., 
och, where she-lies lived since 1027. 
She was a member of the Ladies' 

I Auxiliary of Wo#nen of the Moose. 
She was married to Roy T. Hyro 
Oct 20,* V 101B at C"«m Point, Ind. 
Survivors are .her:: husband, .and .'.». 
son, Roy T, Hyre, Jr., a sister, Miss 
Audree Ragea^ Chicago, and her 
parents, James; J^Ragan, Trembrrt, 
111., and Mrs. OliveWathoft of Chi- 



Funeral services were held at 1:30 
Monday at 0»e .Strang Funeral 
home. The" -Rev. ^Howard. , Benson 
officiated. : Interment , was in , lib- 
erty ■ cemetery. \ 



Many Adul 



Completes TV Course 
"^ Madison, : Wis.— Pvt.- Joseph B. 
Elfinger, son of Mrs. D. Elf inger, 
Route '1,, Antioch,- recently, .com- 
pleted :a . television course conduct- 
ed by ■ the ,U, S. Armed Forces In- 
stKute.^USAFI). -, . 

He U serving with the 0404th 
for 1 Technical Service Unit, Fort Moa- 
I mouth* N. J. 




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: One .. hundred ■ x and thirty-two .; 
adults and .nearly 150 teenager* reg- 
istered at the open' house of the 
Wigwam, youth ' c e;n t e r above 
Roe vea Drug Store Sunday evening. 
''The evening was spent In a social 
manner, and 
ser>|rf.^\The;" parents 
leged to see what the stud 
dona in preparing ■ the: place" fori 
their aoctal activities : and hobbies. ' 
Needof a teUviaioa s«t,'V r pooij 
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Economic Highlights 

Sport Is something that cuts across barriers ol 
language, race and .geography. Throughout the 
■world, legions or people— many of whom have small 
interest in political ideologies— eagerly follow the 
sporting news in\the papers and attend events when- 
ever they can. The top athletes and teams ace as 
well publicized as chiefs of state, and are warmly 
admired. 

The Soviet Union, which misses no bets In the 
great game of propaganda, fully realizes this fact 
and is cashing in on it. Today s$qrt is a novel but 
extremely Important weapon in the Kremlin's "peace 
offensive." and superbly trained Soviet' athletes of 
both sexes are making full-time jobs of winning 
friends and influencing people on their country's 
behalf. 

A number of articles about this relatively new 
Soviet policy and" Its significance have been printed. 
An excellent summary .appears in the August 20 
Issue of U. S. News and World Report. 

This account . begins,' "Soviet Russia Is pushing a 
world-wide sports offensive with a calculated goal: 
Victory over everybody — tout most of all over the 
United Stales— in the 1956 Olympic games at Mel- 
bourne." Even a Tow years ago that goal would 
have seemed ridiculously impossible. In past times 
Russian contestants were successful only in some 
highly specialized sports which have comparatively 
few participant 1 ? or followers in this country, such 
as gymnastics "and women's field and track events. 
But an amazing change has taken place. Russia 
has been winning al sports which used to be dom- 
inated by the West. Soviet basketball team won 
the Europenn championship. Soviet skiers have de- 
feated the Scandinavians. A Soviet lec-hockey 
team won from the Canadians, who were supposed 
to be unbeatable. A Soviet star seems to be the 
best ice-sknter now in practice. Most startling of 
all, a Soviet rowing crew was victorious at the inter- 
nationally famous Henley Regatta, which caused the 
London Times to obsecve ruefully, "We have suf- 
fered reverses in the past, but never quite so com- 
plete." 

The Russians have done this by making sport, 
in the words of U. S. News, "a big grim, production- 
line, business, run from grade school to Olympic 
track by that supercoach, the state." The ruling 
sports body has the status, of a Cabinet ministry. 
Promising girls and boys are sent to a series of sports 
schools, and spend all their time developing ath- 
letic prowess. Training is year-round. They are 
paid well, live well, and have many special privi- 
leges — so long as they win. And the amenities are 
not forgotten. In recent international events, the 
sportsmanship demonstrated by Soviet athletes has 
been praised even by unfriendly observers, 

U. S. sports 1 ' leaders and organizations are con- 
cerned about this— both because they want Ameri- 



ca^ victories ; and 'because they know that Soviet 
sports euccess U a very definite asset to Soviet world 
policy, They are urging harder work and training 
by our, athletes> particularly those who will go to 
the next Olympic Gamw. Hundreds of millions of 
eyes will be turned on Melbourne in 1056. 

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Gross Roots Opinion 

WtNDOM, MINN., REPORTER: "You can't 
spend more than you have and remain solvent,' r.'Oie 
longer such a* system Is followed, the more Impoast-, 
ble it becomes to keep afloat.^ Know anyone who 
trades In a mortgaged car on a new one and, has 
both a newer car and a bigger mortgage? The woods 
are full of such people. It Is bad economics. It's 
somewhat like drug addiction. This applies equally 
to a person, a business, or a government." . . 

INDIO, CALIF., NEWS: "Democratic . Senator 
Byrd of Virginia and Republican Chairman Styles 
Bridges of the Senate Finance Committee are Joint 
sponsors of a proposed' Constitutional Amendment 
which, In the interests of America, should be sub- 
mitted and adopted in Jig time. In brief, this 
amendment would prohibit deficit spending , , . . 
We think there would be a very little difference of 
opinion among those Americans who honor simple 
arithmetic above socialistic theories." 

MOUNT DORA, FLA., TOPIC: 'The safe-guard 
against the 'thinking' of communists, and their ef- 
forts to worm their way into labor organisations,- Is 
best obtained ^through education of adults and youth 
on just what communism Is, and permit its disavowal 
under a system, of free discussion." 

ODESSA, TEX., AMERICAN: /'There was once 
a young shaw girl who came bustling into the 
dressing room breathlessly exclaiming, 'I've just met 
the loveliest richest' man. He owes $800,000.* In 
that philosophy the United States is surely 'the love- 
liest, richest' country in the world since the Federal 
debt is now moving past the $275-billion-mark, com- 
pared to $207 billions owed by all the other coun- 
tries in the world." 

i^ If. if, 

The Low Down From Hickory Grove 

Today I doff my fedora to Hoosierdom — Hoosler- 
dom, the land of my father. And Indiana being the 
land in which my father chose to be born, I say, I 
look no further for a land of distinction. I'll tell 
you a little ahout what they have been up to in 
Indiana-land, and are getting away with it It can 
be a lesson to 47 other states that should be suffi- 
ciently robust and prideful to refuse Govt, alms. 
And any state or person imagining that today's alms 
arc not repaid via its tax bill next April .15 should 
contact a phrenologist. 

The idea in Indiana is that it can run Its own 
affairs — knows its own needs better — and do it for 
less money than can a far away Govt, that scatters 
its shots far and wide across our land. 

Indianapolis has turned down a Federal grant. for 
slum clearance — turned down a big flood control 
grant. No threat of any floods thereabouts, said 
Indianapolis. Statewide they arc resisting Federal 
school construction aid — Federal aid to education. — 
eliminating schools from the "free" school , lunch 
] gimmick. They look under the covers — these Hoo§- 
ierdom folks — they see who is there — they are no 
green pens — they are equal to Ihe task and they 
shoulder it, They hoe their own row — with pride— j 
and with distinction — this land of my father. /^Ss 
Yours with the low down, 

JO SERRA 




SALEM 



Mrs. Harriet Kraulkramer spent 
several days the past week in Ke- 
nosha. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Imrie spent 
Wednesday evening with Mr, and 
Mrs. Carl Johnson in Racine* 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fencma of 
Kenosha, Mr. and Mrs. George 
Biemer, and Mrs. Minor Hartncll 
have returned from a motor trip 
through the New England states. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bushing 
spent Sunday in Rockford. 

Miss Irene Bosman attended a 
meeting in Milwaukee on Saturday, 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Heincs and 
children spent Sunday with their 
parents, Mr, and Mrs. David Elfers. 

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Patrick and 
granddaughter, Colleen Patrick vis- 
ited Mr, and Mrs. Lenny Fredson 
ut Camp Lake on Sunday afternoon. 

E. H. Hartnell, E, Jorgensen and 
F. H. Wheeler made a business trip 
to Milwaukee on Friday, 

Mrs. Gussie Wagin has returned 
from Kenosha hospital where she 
has been a patient. Mrs, Josie Ir- 
ving is making an indefinite stay 
with Mrs, Wagih. - ■ -- 







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- <Mrs. Givcna Wlixalead); 

Box 841 R(e. 2, Lake Villa, III. 
Phone L. V.fl.8101 

The new board of directors of the 
Deep Lako Women's Auxiliary met 



away In Chicago Oct 4; be held on.- Saturday evenlng7 Nov. 

. The. road'pro gram of Deep Lake Js 27, -at Henhlng Johnaon'a resort. 



The receipts of- the party will bo 
used to build up the Snow -removal 
fund. 
Deep Lake association members 



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under "way. Third ave.« la In the 
process of being graded, raised and 
resurfaced. 

Plant are under way for a Dinner , 
Dnnce to be given by the Women's will have much to discuss at their 
-■■.-■■. Auxiliary. It will be held. at Hen- fall mcctlng.Plana arc being" made 
ai the home f Jts new president, nlng -Johnson's Resort ■- Saturday, to build a Community House. So 
v&J? ph ? flnd i; r ! °- h G r « tton rd - Nov.' 18, - ... come on/, neighbors, pitch in 

ttiday .evening .Oct, 8 Other offi-| .a card party Is being planned and help the Community House 
cers are Mrs, GIvens Winstead,.vlce- by the Improvemene j ' association, to come true. 

president and; news corespondent; ■ '_ _*.-_:_ ■ — — — — 

Mrs. .'Gordon Bcaullou, ■ secretary f 
Mrs. Barney Welsmantel/ treasurer. 

The rcRular monthly meeting of 
the, Auxiliary will be held on Fri- 
day, Oct. 15, at the home of Mrs. 
Ralph Sanders, Gratton, rd. 

The Deep Lake Improvement 
meeting "arid smorgasbord, on Sat- 
urday evening, Oct 16, at Hcnnlng 
Johnson's resort. Election ot offi- 
cers will be ' held at this meeting. 

Mrs. Hannah Koller on First ave. 
entertained her 'son, Tftonald, from 
San Jose, Calif., for a week end. * 

Mrs. Millie Luehr, Mrs. Florence 
Ldreon," 1 and ' Mrs: Hannah ; Koller 
gave a farewell luncheon for Tilly, 
Henning Johnson's sister, at the 
Red Pepper. Tlllle has gone back 
to, Chicago, 

The newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harry Larsen, Jr., are home from 
their honeymoon and now are mak- 
ing their home^in Waukegan; 

Sixteen women took a trip to 
Milwaukee.; ' They toured the Blatz 
•Brewery, had a tovely lunch there; 
A good time was had by all.' 

Mrs. Edna Stevens of Deep Lake 
rd. entertained Mrs. Joe Maqulre, 
formerly of Colorado Springs, now 
living In Chicago, and Mrs. Harriet 
Olscn of Chicago. They took a trip 
to Honey Bear, Form and had a 
hippy time reminiscing old times 
together, 

Edna Stevens gave a barbecue 
psrtyfor Leona . Macy and Ann 
Christenson. It: was a farewell 
party. Leona. and Ann left Wed- 
nesday for Florida where they will 
spend the winter." Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Luehr, Carl Larson and Mr, 
Cochran were the other guests pres- 
ent at the party. 

,Mr. and Mrs, Frank Wallace on 
Fourth ave. entertained Mr. and 
Mrs. Marshall L. Coade from Seat- 
tle, Wash;,- for a few days. They 
ere friends the Wallaces haven't 
seen In 12* years.- It .was a happy 
time for them. 

Former office friends of Myrtle 
Welsmantel had a birthday lunch- 
eon at the LaSaltc hotel in Chicago 
for Myrtle. 

Eleven women met at the home 
of Edna Stevens on Deep Lalje rd. 
Wednesday, Oct. 8/ and completed 
25 dozen cancer dressings for the 
American Concer society. Mrs. 
Ralph Stollenwerk is the new wel- 
fare chairman and Edna Stevens 
her co-chairman -for this year. ■.- 

Mr. Ben Blessbm, father of Nor- 
man Blessom on' First- ave., long 
time resident ot. Deep Lake, . passed 



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Used cors ore no different . 

when it comes to the bos lc law of supply and demand. . 
.When they're scarce, the price goes up . . . When*rhe» 
are too many, the price tumbles. 

Right now we are, loaded with used cars. The price 
tags show about the lowest figures in years. 

It's your chance to trade in your present car on a 
later model and just about name your own dealr 

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ent car until you see us and get our trade-in offer. 

Nash Kenosha, flnc. 

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AN ELECTRIC DRYER TAKES THE WORK OUT OF 
WASHDAY.. yet costs only *1' J a week to own! 



Feel a crick in your back, Mister? Think of your wife! She 
struggles with an 87-pound load of wet wash every week. 

Why? Why should she . . . when an electric dryer costs 
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A dryer really makes washdays fast and easy. It tum- 
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heated electrically— cleanest, dry est, fastest way there is). 
Most clothes come out ready to put away, so ironing 
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payment that puts one in your home. Then,- brother, get 
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Right now, Buick is outselling every other car in the nation- 
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And it isn't hard for you to figure out that Buick dealers must 
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THURSDAY; nfiTOBER 14: 1954 





Laymen to Fill Pulpit 

At Methodist Church 



Sunday is Laymen's Day at 'the 
Antloch Methodist Church. It la a 
custom -among ■ many Methodist 
churches for laymen to lead in wor> 
ship one Sunday during the year. 

The laymen who will apeak this 
Sunday are Mrs. -Richard Scott; Mr, 
Louis Horton, and Mr, Ferdinand 
Lngerholm:' They will speak oh 
the .theme: "This I Believe." Mr. 
M, C. Cain will lead in worship. 

The High -School MYF will meet 
nt 6:00 p. m. Richard Scott, teacher 
and coach at Antloch High School, 
will speak on "Growing Up Emo- 
tionally." This Is one among a ser- 
ies of discussions on the theme of 
.the growth of Christian -personality. 



Auxiliary News 

Attend Caravan 

. The Caravan held in Waukegan 
Oct, 8 was well attended by mem- 
bers of all units of the Tenth dis- 
trict. Six members of Antioch Unit 
attended the meeting. 

Party at Downey 

Antioch and Waukegan Auxiliary 

units were hostess units at a party 

Downey Veterans' hospital Tuesday 

afternoon. Eighty women patients 

-were served fruit and given cigar- 
ettes. Those members frOov;. Antl- 
och assisting with the party were 
Dorothy Horan, Mary 'Ellis, Pearl 
Anderson, Del Johncke,'.' and Hor- 
tensc Gordon, Music was fur- 
nished by Waukegan Unit. ' . . 
Music ProRrnm 
At (the next meeting of Antioch 
Auxiliary unit Friday, Oct. 15, a 
program of musical nature will be 
given. Deborah Van Patten, music 
chairman, Is in charge of the pro 
gram and Vera Horton is in charge 

of refreshments, 

• * * 

Mesdames George C. May, Ward 
"Larson, Donald Hollpway, T. R. 
Sullivan, and Mrs, John Ba'fbee at 
Lakeland Baptist church, Lake 
Villa attended a church meeting 
at fnglcwood Tuesday. A regular 
meeting of the -Lakeland Baptist 
ladies will "be held Friday, Oct. 15, 
at 8 p. m .at the home of Mrs. Wil- 
liam DeArcy, 327 Clifton, Round 

Lake Park, 

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Fourteen Boy Scouts of Troop 92 
in company with tfhc Scout master, 
Bill Johnson and assistant, Larry 
Long, are planning to attend the 
^Northwest annual TTaJJ camporee at 
Hlinois State Dunes Park at Zion 
Scout home. They plan to leave 
Antioch at 7:30 a. m. Saturday and 
camp out until Sunday noon. 

B, M. and L. G.'Kanka, both o£. 
Lake Villa, left Thursday far Ft.) 
Meyers, Florida, where (they expect 

to spend the winter. 

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Mrs. C. W. WikofJ and children of 
Urbana spent two weeks with her 
parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Rhymer 
of Loon Lake, while Mrs. Rhymer 

was in the hospital. 

• * * 

Antioch Assembly Order of Rain- 
bow for Girls, had its regular meet- 
ing at the Masonic temple Mon- 
day evening. Sharon Berke, Sharon 
Davis, Sue Duha and Janet Eppers 
were initiated into the Order- , Re- 
freshments wero served,- following 
the service. . -. ' '." 

• * ■ 

Mr. and Mcs. Earl Arthur and 
Harry Nelson left by private plane 
Tuesday for a two week trip and 
visit with friends in Texas and 
Mexico. 

• * * 

Mrs. Fred Franklin of Stella's 
Beauty Shop. Mrs. Hedwig Chinn, 
proprietor of The Powder Puff and 
Mrs. Eleanor Runyard, Richmond, 
attended the Victory Dcauty Trade 
Fair, held at the LaSalle Hotel, 
Chicago, Monday, 



Chinese Girl to Talk 
On Native Cooking at 
Antioch Club Meeting 

Miss Lucy Huong, daughter of a 
Chinese missionary, who- as a stu- 
dent at the University of Chicago 
provided, one of the. outstanding 
programs last year for the Woman's 
olub of Antloch, will speak before 
the club Monday on "Cooking and 
Serving in the Chinese .'Manner." 

She will demonstrate the cooking 
of Chinese foods which the program 
committee believes should prbve 
more interesting than Inst, year 
when she captivated her audience, 

Miss Huang Is petite and very 
charming >and dresses In her native 
costume. 

There will be a board meeting at 
1 p. m. and the club program will 

start at 1:30 p. m. 

• • • 

TO INSTITUTE 
LAV READER 

George Miller, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred Miller of Kenosha . coun- 
ty will be instituted Lay Reader of 
St, Ignatius' church of Antloch on 
Sunday, Oct. 17,- at the 11 a. m. 
service. The Rev. . Fr. Edmond 

Hood will officiate at the service. 

• * * 

A regular meeting of the Women's 
Society of Christian Service will be 
held at Wesley Hall at 1 p. m/Wcd- 
nosday, Oct. 20. Mrs. Calvin Robin- 
son will have charge of the program. 
Her subject for discussion will be, 
"Our Stories In Song." Devotions 
wjll be led by Mrs. O. R. Kresse. 
Guests are Invited and members of 
all surrounding churches will be 
guests. Mrs. E. Hennig and her 
committee will have charge of the 

luncheon, 

• • • 

Mr. and Mrs. William Horton 
left Antioch Tuesday by private 
plane for a trip to Mexico City. 



Moose Women Plan 

Dance for Teenagers 

A dance < for teenagers' iyill be 
sponsored by the Women, ofi'the 
Moose for 8:30- w 12" p. ml Friday 
Nov. 12, according .to Mrs. -Harry 
Arndt, civic affairs chairman, 

The Loyal Order of Moose .will 
donate the soft drinks and support 
whatever orchestra -the committee 
chooses, 

The high school students will 
make the posters, advertise ^the 
dance, and the proceeds will all' go 
to the Wigwam, the new youth 
center, 

*.* * 

Mrs. Nan Pahklne of Miami, Fla,, 
Is a house, guest of her sister, Mrs. 
J. W, Woods and her (husband at 
their' Lake Marie home this week. 




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IS BEING DELIVERED 

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HYDRA. MATIC* CMC's are rounding out 
their first two years in service. And the 
experiences of owners in every field of truck 
use seem to leave no doubt about this: 

"Hydra-Mafic Hauling" is obsohting tht slower, 

harder, more costly ways of the manual-shift 

truck! 

Hydra-Ma tic GMC trucks are earning more 



for professional haulers. They are slashing 
deeply the costs of delivery operations. They 

are speeding schedules; saving time, money and 
trouble for owners in all kinds of businesses. 

These Proved economies are waiting for you 
in light-, medium- and heavy-duty GMC'i. 
Why don't you come in and see what we cao 

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HIGHWAY 173 



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Dan Llghtsey, 'sales manaffer,pt the 
Carlson Ford Sales. 

In attendance .at the, meeting- 'wai 
t>ht. l Gov, Morris Bcilz'uly ' of IriRlfe- 
sidc. ■ He arranged i for the Anttoch' 
and Lake. Zurich Llona toco-sptm- 
tor thencw'Winlhrdp^HarborXlbns 
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The Anttoch Llona club will serve 
as a listening,' post In an effort to 
obtain leads', by. which burglar* , who 
robbed local stores and *a home may 
be apprehended, . ',' , 

| President Ted Larson, Ed Jacobs 
and Lloyd Murrje will . serve as a 
committee to evaluate and Investi- 
gate informatloii that Is. obtained by 
members of the club and turn over 
pertinent facts to the Antioch police, 

'Members of the club are quite 
disturbed ( over the several and cost- 
ly robberies and arc anxious to' do 
oil they can to help the police catch 
the burglars. . ', 

"We are working, on v the ."supposi- 
tion that the .burglars are persons 
living In .this. area,", said President 
Larson. ' * 

■The club at its meeting this week 
saw a movie on management and 
employe relationship, provided by 
Principal Albert Dlttnian and shown 
by k. F. peltrlck. . 

"JThree'-'riew members, were voted 
into the dub; They are Ed Strang!" 
funeral director; Roy Hartman : of 
the Antioch Sheet Metal Works; and 



Red Croift Will Sponsor 

Course on Cire of Sick 



The l^kcCouniy Chapter: Of, the 
Red Cross Is sponsoring a 14 hour 
course entitled Rome Care °E',thc 
Sick; The course deals.', with nurs- 
ing procedures' in the' home; arid In- 
cludes' material on ' treatments, . diet, 
care ' of communlcable'/dlsease;'; anjd 
ci vl Han" 'defense, precau MonsY 

The class, met for Its Initial class 
session on Wednesday, October 6 
from, 8 to 10 p.m. at the Methodist 
church. . Although, the enrollment 
Js -Umite'd :for"eaae of Instruction, 
there" will be" room -'for a few. more 
Interested persons. The. next meet- 
Ing . of the xlass will be on Wednes- 
day, Oct. 20, at B p.'m. Arrange- 
ments will, bet made at that j.lme tor 
m ake -up of the * if i rst ■ class, ■*. For 
further- details 'call; Mrs. H. ;C. Ben- 
son (Ant. : 772). S ' 



T]ftE ANTIOGH NEWS, ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



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. PHONE. 850 

Antioch/ Illinois 

Rt$.. 21 and Loon Lake Rd. 



Wby pay big moos? to hara your 
front lawn dog op whan drainage 
Vmm bacesaa elbgg«d?'Boyw F « 
4PM*irt#RootD*^roy*r aod Dcsia 
Opsstr will rmoTi roots, ran* 
paper, gnaii and otfcaf lj- 
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•!«<• a, flbteee tree rents. 




ANTIOCH LUMBER 
& COAL COMPANY 

. PHONE ANTIOCH 15 

LAKE VILLA LUMBER 
& COAL COMPANY 

WONE LAKE VILLA ©-2431 



These Care 

MUST 

IE SOLD 

before Introduction 

of 1955 Models 
■>.-.. 1MB HUDSON 

4 door, C .cylinder sedan, nice 

clean car,\ "radio', heater, 

' runs good 

$185 

$10 down 
$12 Monthly 
1947 BUICK 

Nice running,' nice appearing car 
•v Rare Bargalnl 

$17* 

194B/NA8H 
600- Series, very fine transporta- 
tion. Drive It ja years and throw 
If away -at this price ■ m 

$1«5 
1947 STUDEBAKER 
(li Champion .6 with overdrive. 
A real fine buy ■ 
$185 

1947 PONTIAC 
4 Door Sedan, runs- very good, 
good, looks good, a rare ' 
bargain -at.-. 

■ • $5 down 
"sax, $12 Monthly; . 
> ;7',, 1947; CHEVROLET 
Busincs .Coupe, a. Black Beauty 
Only $195 

•i\< $3 Down- '- 

•$12.50 monthly 
1946 NASH 
' A' cor you'll like. 

;. Only $135 

. Nothing' Down 
llO'Monthl; 
IMS DODC 

Here's a Honey, original owner 
Only $85 

1946 DODGE 

4 door ■Sedan," clean, runs good 
Only $16* 

Make your own terms 
1949 WILLYS 
6, Cylinder Station Wagon. This 
is "what 'is' known In the auto- 
mobile trade as a "Cream Puffl 
Motor, appearance," and every- 
thing just like brand new. This, 
one you will like 

This la a Bona" Fide 
CLEAN-OUT 
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RADIO I, TV SERVICE 
LAKE VILLA 6-1371 
Cedar Ave. - Lake Villa 



1954 SEASON'S CLOSING NOTICE 



With thaibova FINEST "SELECTED FEATURE we «m doting tali Ma- 



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In April. 

THE MANAGEMENT 

FAMILY OUTDOOR THEATRE 



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Main Street - Heart of Antioch J 

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fcanp our yaufl* paopta from mov- 
ing to ofceTlowna or elUta is 
Target No, Ob* tor Um Yataraas 
est Vwflgn Wars. ' .- : 

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what wa can do as a J<*$**V*2± 
non-sectarian group of cltferM tor 
th* waUkta otvOyr^cpmmualty^Wa, 
can do a btttar lob — and do U 
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wUt giva ua tbair help ai acttra 
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Your Child Deserves 



Take Advantage of this SPECIAL Today! 




FOR ONLY 52 00 fl% WECK Y0UR CH,LD RECEIVES 10 H-HOUR 
PRIVATE LESSONS UNDER DEGREED TEACHERS. 



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408 Lake ST. Aitriaca, IN. 



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THE A NTIOCH NEWS, ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



THURSDAY, OCrojER_14ai6j 




niSC. FOR SALE 



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FOR SALE-'— Purebred Holsteln 
Heifers, fresh and close springers. 
Phone Kenosha Olympic 2-5823. 

(13-14) 

FOR SAL&-RUB, 10% x 17 ft. grey 
Alexander 'Smith wool rug, with 
pad, new. Price $85.00. Telephone 
Bristol 64F15. 



FOR SALE— 1 pr. black Chicago 
roller skates, size 7, with case. In- 
quire at Cosgrove Shoe Service, 387 
lake St., Antloch, 111. 



FOR SALE— Brand new 1954 Jac- 
obsen power lawn mower; King 
chain hoist, cash register, drill 
presses -and metal turning lathe. 
Don Andersen, 344 Park Ave,, phone 
Antioch 210. 



FOR SALE — Repossessed Kelvln- 
ator refrigerator, 7 cu. ft. Deluxe. 
Sold to highest bidder, Used \Vt yrs. 
See at Lee's Bottle Gas, Wllmot, 
Wis., or call Wllmot 31M. 



WANT A NEW FORD or A-l used 
tar, honest value, best trade? Call 
Han Llghtsey, Antioch 770 or 928. 
Carlson Ford Sales, 930 Main st, 
Antioch. (23tfn) 



FOR SALE — Lake Shangri-La 
Woodlands, two beautiful water- 
front lots, on corner, Maple Lane & 
Island Dr. Owner leaving city, 
must sacrifice, $1000 each. Phone 
MO 4-0950 Chicago. (0-12) 



FOR SALE 

135 Racing Hydroplane 

Hallett Hull - V8-60 Motor 

Running - $900.00 Cash 

Harold Gaston, Antioch, III. 



WOOD FINISHES are not a prob- 
lem at ART'S PAINT STORE. 
George has been in the wood finish- 
ing business for o'ver 30 years. Let 
our experience and fine products 
help you to finish your wood to a 
lasting beauty. We handle Firzite, 
Satinlac, Moore's Oil and Varnish 
Stains, Mimvax, O'Brien's Pen 
Chrome, and many varnishes in- 
cluding dull varnish. Stop in and 
discuss your problems with us at 
ART'S PAINT STORE, 40G Lake St. 
in the Post Office Bldg. Phone 320. 



ZIP- ST RIP— the fabulous new 
paint and varnish remover that con- 
ditions the wood and leaves it ready 
for any of our suggested fine stains 
or varnishes at ARTS PAINT 
STORE— in the post office building, 
Antioch. Phone 320. 

FOR SALE— Lots, on Park ave„ An- 
tioch, by owners. Call Antioch 305. 

(12-13) 



STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTO 

INSURANCE CO. 

20% reduced rates on Farm fire 

insurance 

Lower than average rates 

Auto Insurance 

Wm. B, Leng, Lake Villa, 111. 

Phone Grayslake 3-1162 

. (28tin) 



Don't blame Junior, Moml That 
scratch can be erased in a jiffy with 
wonderful new SCRATCHMASTER 
— the touch up finish In all wood 
colors, exclusively at ARTS PAINT 
STORE in the Post Office Bldg., 
Antioch. Phone 320. 



SIDING 

Roofing, Insulation 
We have aluminum siding, brici 
siding, asbestos siding and new 8" 
lap sidings. Write 

BURLINGTON ROOFING Ac 

HEATING CO. 

579 Geneva St., - Phone B74 

Burlington, Wis. 

(37tfn) 



INSULATION 
SOOFING SIDING 

We have batt type granulated 
wool, or. blown in wool. Free es- 
dmates gladly given. Write 
Surllngton Roofing and Heating Co. 
379 Geneva St., Burlington, Wis., 
sr phone 574. (38tfn) 



rifiEP COOL THIS SUMMER— 
with 
JOHNS-MANVILLB 
INSULATED SIDING 
A. RIETZKE , 
Phone Antioch 311 
Insured Roofing and -Siding 
.Contractor 
No money down — make your 
own terms. (39tfn) 



FOR RENT 



FOR RENT— Modern cottage with 
two bedrooms, furnished, $50.00 per 
month, plus utilities, immediate 
possession. Will rent until May. 
Matt Nolan, Petite Lake, Antioch, 
111. Tele. Ant. 844-M-2. (5tfn) 



FOR RENT — Sleeping room in 
town. Telephone 01-R or 24G-R-2. 

■ C2tfn) 



FOR RENT— Rooms by day or week. 
Cole's Resort, Channel Lake. Phone 
Antioch 34. (8tfn> 



FOR RENT — 4 room home, 3 bath- 
rooms, automatic oil heat. $75.00 per 
month. Sheahan rd. Dr. Anthony 
Francona, Forest 9-8010. (11-12-13) 



FOR RENT— Modern 3 room fur- 
nished cottage, all utilities fur- 
nished. Phone Antioch 34. (8tfn) 



CONCRETE AND LIGHTWEIGHT 

BLOCKS - PATIO BLOCKS 

SPLIT ROCK, CRAB ORCHARD. 

PRESS AND COMMON BRICKS 

Cement and Lime 

Aluminum and Steel Windows 

and Cement Drain Tile 
FOX LAKE CONCRETE PRO- 
DUCTS & BLDG. MATERIAL CO. 
Rte. 12 & R. R. Depot, Fox Lake. 
Ph. 7-1441. (12tfnl 



FOR BENT— ROOMS 

Inquire at 
PEDERSEN'S BAKERY 

Phone Ant. 880 

(13tfn) 



FOR RENT— Five room apartment 
in town unfurnished. Write Box 
P, c/o The Antioch News. 



FOR RENT— Two bedroom home, 
partly furnished, bath, $50,00 per 
month. Located I mile from An- 
tioch. Nelson's Real Estate. Ant. 23 



COUNTY ZONING NOTICE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

) ss. 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby 
given to all persons in the Town of 
Antioch, Lake County, Illinois, that 
a public hearing will be held on 
November I, 1954, at the hour of 
1:30 P. M„ in the Village Hall, An- 
tioch, Illinois, relative to a proposal 
to vary the terms of the Lake Coun- 
ty Zoning Ordinance, or to re- 
classify by amendment thereto, 
from the R-4 Residential District, 
to the B-l Business District, the fol- 
lowing described real estate, to-wit: 

That part of the fractional South 
East quarter of fractional Section 
12, Twp. 46 N., R. 9, East of the 3rd 
P. M,, described as follows: Be- 
ginning at a point on the Northerly 
line of public highway known as 
State Route 173, as now located, 
which is 2413.1 feet West of the East 
line of said South East quarter; 
thence North 300 feet; thence East 
parallel with the Northerly line of 
State Route 173, 167.0 feet more or 
less, to the West Qine of a private 
road 20.0 feet wide, running North 
and South; thence South along said 
west line of said private road 300.O 
feet to the Northerly line of State 
Rte. 173 aforesaid; thence Westerly 
along said Northerly line of said 
State Route 173, 167.0 feet, more or 
less, to the place of beginning, in 
Lake County, Illinois. 

As a result of the petition of 
GEORGE H. GUNDELACH and 
ELEANOR M. GUNDELACH, 
which petition" is on file and avail- 
able for examination in the office of 
the below named Board, Court 
House, Waukegan, Illinois 

All persons interested arc invited 

to attend said hearing and be heard. 

LAKE COUNTY ZONING BOARD 

OP APPEALS 

EARL H. KANE, Chairman 

Dated at Waukegan, Illinois this 
14th day of October, 1954. t 



FOR RENT— Bedroom, use of sun 
parlor, garage available later. Tel 
Antioch 437-R-2. 



FOR RENT— Year around furnished 
house, 4 rooms and utility room, on 
East Loon Lake. Reasonable rent 
Call Lake Villa G-359I, after 6 p. m 

(13-14) 



Help Wanted -female 



WILL DO office work In Antioch— 
full or part time — good references. 
(Mrs.) Doriene Kirchmeyer, Box 
333, Antioch, 111, 



HELP WANTED— Woman for kit- 
chen work 2 or 3 days a week; also 
waitress for part time work. Col- 
ony House; >TREVOR, Wis. Tele- 
phone TREVOR 9141. UOtfri) 



WOMEN WANTED— Make extra 
money. Address, Mall postcards 
spare time every week. BICO, 143 
Belmont," Belmont. Mass. 

(11-Mp)' 



MISCELLANEOUS 



ANTIOCH LANDSCAPING" 

SERVICE 
Trees, Shrubs, Evergreens 
Fruit Tree Spraying 
Phone ANTIOCH 74 

(36tfn) 



DEAD ANIMAL REMOVAL 

WHEELING RENDERING 

WORKS 

Be legal, keep a clear conscience 

Prompt Service Day. and. t NlghV- 

Sundays and Holidays 

. — No help needed to load— 

OPERATING UNDER STATE 

INSPECTION MADE BY DEPART 

— MENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Highest Cash Prices paid 

Telephone Wheeling 3 

(35tfn> . 



SOOFING 
SIDING INSULATION 

Roofing of all kinds — asphalt 
shingles, built up and tar and 
gravel. Write Burlington Roofing 
& Heating Co., 579 Geneva St, oi 
phone 574, Burlington, Wis. (38tfnl 



Antioch 875 Antioch, Illinois 

ANTIOCH AUTO BODY SHOP 

Complete Bump Shop Service 

Painting - Glass - Radiators 

Wrecks Rebuilt 
West on Rt. 173 - W. W. Hasney 

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LANDSCAPE GARDENING AND 

MAINTENANCE 

Flagstone Terrace and Walks 

Trees Shrubs 

GEORGE R. GRUNOW 

Telephone Antioch 105-M 

Antioch Illinois' 

. (42tfn) y 



FOR FALL PLANTING 

Imported Holland Bulbs — Tulips 

Hyacinths, Daffodils, Crocus . 

and Grape Hyacinths 

LASCO'S GREENHOUSE 

305 S. Main St. Phone 418 

Antioch, Illinois 



LOST AND FOUND 



LOST — Male cat, near Indian Point, 
striped body, white belly. Reward. 
Call Antioch 552-R-l. 



WANTED 



WANTED 
Middle aged widow would like to 
share her apartment with lady. Tel. 
Antioch 174-R. 



WANTED— Family with three chil- 
dren would like to rent a farm on 
shares. Good references. Call An- 
tioch 1H-M,'and ask for Martin. 



REAL ESTATE 
FOR SALE 



OPEN SUNDAYS 



$7,000.00 
Antioch — 1 Acre land; 1 room 
home: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
5 miles from Antioch on hwy. 
Very reasonable terms. 

$9,000.00 
Lake Front Home, first floor, 
large living room, 2 bedrooms, 
kitchen, 'A bath. ' Full base 
ment, large floored attic. Exc. 
location on Crooked lake. 
Reasonable terms. Newly 
painted and decorated. 



See Us When 
Buying or Selling 

NELSON'S 

Real Estate and 
«« Insurance Car 

Resid. 790 

or 791 

Phone 23 

Lake Villa Phone 0-1241 

8B1 Main St. Antioch 



Card of Thanks 

My sincere thanks to everyone 
who remembered me with cards, 
gifts and calls, while I was in the 
hospital, also for the many calls 
and phone calls to my home, both 
then, and since my return home. 
Thanks so much. - 

Hazel Rhymer 



Top Quality 

GUARANTEED 



USED 
CARS 




OUR REPUTATION 
YOUR PROTECTION 

CARLSON FORD 
SALES INC. 

039 Main St, Phone 770 
Antioch, Illinois 



Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired 

Oil Burner 'Service 
A. J. Eggert, Camp Lake, Wis, 
Tel. Trevor 3785 . » 
(21tfn) 



CHRISTMAS t 1 
A small down payment will hold 
any merchandise. Use our Christ- 
ma? lay-away plan. It's easier that 
way, 

GIBBS & JENSSEN Sporting Goods 

(11-12) - 



Male Help Wanted 

WANTED MECHANIC 
This man when chosen will run a 
new A-l spot on busy U. S, highway 
handling a major line. This JS a 
real opportunity for a hard worMpg, 
honest, reliable man to get ahead 
with unlimited opportunities. Write 
Box L, c/o The Antioch News, Anti- 
och, III. (lltfn) 



MAN WANTED— For Rawleigh bus- 
iness. No experience needed to 
start. Sales easy to make and prof- 
its good. Start immediately. Write 
Bawleigh's, Dept.* 1LJ-62-190, Free- 
port, 111. ' (12-15p) 



WANTED — Experienced carpenter 
-non union. Steady work, Tanner 
Construction. Phone Antioch 194-R 

, (lltfn) 



FOR FALL PLANTING 
Miracle Green Grass Seed 

at a reduced rate. 

Hardy Potted Garden Mums 

LASCO'S GREENHOUSE 

9G5 S. Main St. Phone 418 

Antioch, Illinois 




MOVIES IN YOUR CAR — RAIN OR CLEAR 

Gates Open at 8:15 p. m. — First Show at 7;00 

-Children nnder 12— In cars— Free 



OPEN FRIDAY - SATURDAY & SUNDAY 



FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ^ ,„ „„i«, tr 9 CT * 15 " 16 

Randolph Scott In "CORONER'S CREEK" 

and , ... "THE DESPERADO" — Wayne Morris 
Pitts Saturday Late Show Extra Feature 
."xn.l.rR, APE" - Johnny Wclsmnlter 

SUNDAY ONLY- ■ . „„„,', 

- Humphrey Borarl "BATTLE CIRCUS" 
and "TERROR ON- A TRAIN"— Glenn Ford 



OCT . 7 



RIDAY AND SATURDAY. , „«.££&«& 

Abbott * Coitello "COMIrV 'ROUND THE MOUNTAIN" 
THE WEAK AND THE WICKED" 



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VOTE FOR SYLVIA F. KLEIN 
for clerk of the Probate Court, 11 
years a leader In government Im- 
provement activities. Lake County 
needs an efficient Probate Clerk 
with understanding of the problems 
of this court (13-14) 



WINTER NEEDS 

For Your Car 

SNOW TIRES SI 0.95 & up 
PRESTONE & ZEKEX 
Permanent Anti-frcczo 

$2.95 9<>l> 
SILVER SHIELD MOTOR 
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1954 



THE ANTIOCH 




ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



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THE MRTHODIST CHURCH 

- •• < OF ANTIOCH 

Rev. Howard C. -Benson, Minister , 

Sunday Service*; 
Church*School^9:30 A M, 
Classes range from four year oldf 
through adults, *itiif\ 

Montfng Worship— 11:00 A. M, 
'Regular activities of Christian f ci* 
lowuhip for different age, «nd inter- 
eat groups are an ongoing part of the 
church life*. For Information please 
phone Antloch 772. 



THE CHURCH OF ST. IGNATIUS 
OF ANTIOCH:: 

The Rev. Edmond E. Hood 
Sundayi : 
8:00 A .M,— Holy Eucharist 
9:30 A. M.— Church School 
21:00 J A. M<— 

j Holy EucharUt .First and Third 
Morning Prayer, Second it Fourth 
Weekdays: 
Wednesdays 7:00 A M.-^ 

Holy Eucharist.. 
Fridays 9:00 AM.r-Holy Eucharist 

FEACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Wilmot, Wisconsin . 

, , . , - R, P. Otto, Pastor . 

fcMp'A. M, CST-Sunday School 

10:80 AM., COT— Worship Service 

We preach the Crucified and Rises 

Christ 



SEQUOIT MASONIC LODGE 

A. F. * A. M. 

BS5. Main St., Antloch, -Hi. 

Stated Meetings First and Third 

Tuesday at 6:00 P. M. 



Tel. Round Lake 04600 
Sunday School— 0:S0 A. M. 
Morning Worship— 11:00 A- M, 
— '—— ' 
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
. . -.MIHburn; Illinois 
, 'Rev.'.L. KMessersmith,, Pastor 
Sunday School— 10:00 A. M. 
Church Service— 11:00 A* Mj >■ 
Pilgrim Fellowship— 8:00 P. M. 
LAKELAND BAPTIST CHURCH 

' Rev, ''John , Bar bee, Pastor 
Meetings in Recreation' Building 
Central - Baptist Children's Home 

Lake Villa * 
Sunday School— 10:00 A. M. < 
Worship Services— 11:00 A. M. . 
Wednesday Prayer Service— B P. M. 

CHRISTIAN . SCIENCE SOCIETY 

' 958 Victoria Street, Antloch, 111. 
Sunday School— 0:30 AM.. . ' 
Sunday Morning Servke— 11 A. M. 
Wednesday Evening; Service— 8:00 
A reading room is maintained at 
the above address and Is open Wed- 
nesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8; and 
on Saturday, 2 to 4. 
ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 
Antloch, VI— Tel. 274 \ 
Rev. Alfred Henderson, Pastor 
Fr. Francis Johnson, Asst. Pastor. 
Sunday. Masses: -6.8-9-10 - 10:20- 11, 

11:20 A. M, and 12. 
Weekday Masses— «:00' A. M. 
Catechism. Class for Children — Sat- 
urday morning at 10 Vclock>..'& 
Confessions — Saturday afternoon! 
'arid evenings from 4 until 5:45 and 
from. 7:30, until 9 o'clock. 



boiiuUcted in uie Legion 
Hall on Ida Avenue . - 
Sunday Worship— 9:00 A. M, 
Sunday School— 10:00 A. M, 
..._' Visitors Always Welcome 
CONGREGATION AM ECHOD 
' 330 North Sheridan'Road 



waukugah,- Illinois' 
Majestic 3-3722 
Services: 
Friday Evening— «:3Q P, M. 
Saturday Morning— 9:00. A; M. 
Sunday Morning— 0:00 A.' H. . 
Weekday Mornings^-7:15. A, M/ 
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ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Renehan Rd., Round Lake, 111. 

(Missouri Synod 

Herman. C. Noll, Pastor 

Bible School— 0;00 A. M. 

Worship Service— 10:15 A M. 

"We Preach Christ Crucified" 

GOSPEL SERVICES 

Non-Sectarian 

Lodge Hall over Gamble Store 

'Sunday Evening— 7:30 P. M. , 

TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF LONG LAKE 

Myron Hoff, Pastor 



COMMUNITT METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Lake Villa, Illinois 
Rev. Kenneth Plummer, Pastor 
Saturday, 10 .00 A M— - 
Cherub Choir Rehearsal 
Sunday: 
9:45 A M.— Church School 
.-■ 1 1 :00 A. M.— Morning Worship 
6:00 P. M.— Junior Hi Fellowship 
7:00 P. M—Hi-School Fellowship 
Monday— 7:00 P. M. 

Senior, Choir Rehearsal 
Tuesday— 3:30 P. M 
: Junior Choir Rehearsal. 
Wednesday— 12:30 P. M.— 

Woman's Soc. of Christian Service 
FAITH EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

R. P. Otto; Pastor 

Phone Wilmot 72-R Antloch, IU* 

Worship and Sunday School are 



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of -Antloch In the State of Illinois ; iatit4l% cloqe. of business on 
Sept. 30, 1054. Published in response tt> call of OWJlleE. Hodge, 
Auditor of Public Accounts.- >*C I- ../ --, "v! '• 

. ;, , A S S>E T $ > ' . ' • . *' ■■" **v 
1. Cash, balances' wltn other banks, incl0d|fn'g re- .■• . ■ _" - 
serve balances, and cash items in process *of' col- 
lection ...^..^i.'„»^..^...".:-.-...-'.«.'^.*i..ii..ff».^::...„i://,J|:- 886,7il8.50 




6. 
7. 

ii. 

12' 



Loans and' discounts .. 
Bank- premises owned 
futures $29,676.34 
Other assets 



(Including*] 18.3P ovCTdTsffc). ,1,615,991.39 
id $15,000,0D,„fMWturc ,;and ' 

n ' 44,876.34 

16,102.05 



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TOTAL ASSETS 



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:..$4,6B2,289.66 



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13. Demand deposits of indi v'ld rials, i partnerships,- end « 
corporations. ., w ...„.„„„:..;.'..L«ll'4Ul..'i.r.ii.v.Wijif**.f^;.l,012 1 B17.35 . 

14. Time deposits of Individuals,-' ■ partnerships i.ond ■., 

• . corporations .....h......... .' :<,'..:.^j..„\,ii V .^.,,»,., ,2,408,5 16.25 

18. Deposits ■ of States and: political subdivisions-..^., 230,247.75 
18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, It e)c.) \. 75,160.04 



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19. TOTAL DEPOSITS 

23. Other liabilities 

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24. TOTAL LIABIUTIES (not iniilidin* * eubor 
- dinated obligations shown- below) ~Lit::„-..^.„ljC 

CAPITAL ACCOUNT* 

26. Surplus /. - 

27. Undivided profits — 






;,4(4 / 624,fc*3.39 i! - J 



15,002.40 



44,640,745.88 



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29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



100,000.00 

100,000.00 

41,543.78 

.241,543.70 



30. TOTAL LIABJUTIES-AND CAPITAL ACCTS. ,14,882,289.66 

MEMORANDA ■.^ J V;! > 
31.. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and 
'for other purposes ' .-«™™„..-^^~..~ ..- ^«....*.'.-.„™..;„„... 
32. Obligations subordinated • to claims of depositors 



L UMBER k COAL Ctt W 

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.. None 

,. None 

10,301.71 

None 



and other creditors, not Included in liabilities 
33. (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction. of 

reserves ■ of — ,'Ux. .'-. .-£« j r . v . ■ . ■ . :. .-»- — ■ ■■ ■ ^ .. — Z.,. - .^J 

(bj Securities as show above are' after dedu*(io,n of 

. I,- Beralce Reisser. Cashier, of the above-named bank, do 
solemnly swear (affirm) that the above statement is true, and thst 
it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mat- 
ters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. ■ 

(Signed) BERN1CE REISSER, Cashier. 
Correct— Attest: 

Frank - D. Powles, J. W. Miller, William E. Brook, Directors 
State of Illinois, County of Lake, to: 



Sworn to end subscribed before me this 11th day of October, 1954. 
My commission expires May 27, 1956 ' 

L, if. MURRIE, Notary Public 



ly commission expires May 27, 1956 

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^^ arid Mr. Don 
Summers, Mr.- Ernest Nielsen,- Mr. 
Robert Rolin, Mr. John Homer and 
Lay Leader James DeWatera will 
conduct the aervtdo which is sure' to 
be interesting. ,. fl» ; are Welcome 
both at the 9:30 And 11/ a. m. services. 

The Woman's. Society of Christian 
Service Is sponsoring a Holbrook 
dinner at the school gymnasium on 
Wednesday evening, Oct. 20 and 
is promises to be an enjoyable time 
feu every way— first in enjoying a 
good dinner wWh "friends and hear- 
ing a program of organ music by 
"Victor Neeley and* in helping the 
local society of the church. A num- 
ber of the ladies-" will' be assisting 
the Holbrook company and as this 
is the regular .meeting "day of the 
society, there' will be.no business 
meeting, and soma' of the ladies of 
.,. .the society will attend the W. S. C. 
; ■ & meeUng at^KIi&fer - %j* ■ 

The ^ance-cohlttttteervof the 

% Community, church*****.^ meeting 

' on Monday 'evWng^at^he^ureh. 

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wagner and 
then- son, Philip, drove to Cleve- 
land, Ohio, to see the""yvorld 'series 
game last week. 

Mr. and Mrs. E, Holvay and chil- 
dren have returned home from a 
very pleasant vacation trip to 
Georgia where they visited relatives 
and report that they had very hot 
weather during their visit. 

Mrs. Lulu Nelson,- Mrs. Georgia 
Avery, Mrs. Mayim? Kapple and 
Mrs, Cora Hamlin v/ere' luncheon 
guests of Mrs. Marie. Hamlin ather 
home last Thursday afternoon. 

Mrs. Clara Perry and 'Mrs. Ger- 
trude Blust have gone to Cadillac, 
Mich., on a vacation trip. 

James Hamlin, -a 'senior at St 



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Bedc's college at Peru, 111., and Bob 
Hamlin, a .'Junior, spent the week 
en&jrith their parents, Mr. and Mrs, 
Clayton Hamlin and Mr. r and Mri. 
LejpWr Hanilln. Mr. and Mrs. Lei- 
ter^Hamlln drove to Pern on Friday 
afternoon, but the' boys . returned 
Sunday by train. 

Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Efflnger and 
sons, Billy and Jimmy, enjoyed a 
few days vacation In northern Wis- 
consin last week. Mrs. Eff inker's 
mother, Mrs .Waters of Antioch .took 
care 'of the baby, 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brumfield 
have returned from visiting rela- 
tives In Minnesota for a week or so. 
'Mrs. George Sebela Is a patient 
at Victory Memorial hospital in 
waukegan for treatment, and we 
hope' for a speedy recovery. 

The Frank Grenus family visited 
the Richard Seefeldt family at Lake 
Geneva last' Friday evening. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hall and 
daughters of Belvldere were din- 
ner guests of Mrs, Hall's parents, 
Mr, and Mrs. Fred Seefeldt lost Sun- 
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««Mr. and Mrs. Wllbuf.vHunter -and 
ierry and Mrs. Dorothy 'Van 'Pitten 
and children /were Sunday dinner 
guests at the William Gerberhome 
in Antioch. Carol Sue Gerber 
cedbrated her seventh birthday. 

Mrs. Annie Oberst of Chicago 
spent the week end at the home of 
her sbter, Mrs. William Richards. 

Harold Thompson* of Zion was a 
supper guest. at the Will Thompson 
home Friday evening. 

Mr, and Mrs. Jack Finkel drove 
to Dc Kalb Saturday. Mrs. Tinkers 
brother, Donald Miller of Chicago 
Is a student there. They enjoyed 
the Dad's Day celebration and the 
ball game. 

Mrs. Vera : Robertshaw, .Mrs. At- 
kins and Mrs. Byers left 'Wednes- 
day for their home In Washington, 
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JSfUp. Gould and Mr. ■ and . Mrs. 
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Thompson home late Stfhday after- 
noon on their way home from the 
Homecoming celebration at North 
Prairie; church held In honor of Mr. 
and Mrs,- Harrison Bennett who are 
here on a visit from their 'home in 
Oregon. Mrs. Bennett is a sister of 
Phil Gould, 

Fred Rausch of Wllmot spent the 
week end' at the William Richards 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs*. Harold Butler and 
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REPORT OF CONDITION OF- 

The Lake Villa Trust and Savings Bank 

of, Lake Villa lh the State of Illinois at the clo» of bushiess on 
September 30, 1934. Published In response to Call of Orviue *.. 
Hodge, Auditor of, Public Accounts. 

ASSETS 

1. Cash,' balances with other banks, Including re- 
serve balances, and cash Items In process of col- „.«»« 

. lection ...-._......««.-..«....—«....——.."—— .m......»(^>.— "jl •wo,w • 

2. United States -Government obligations, direct and m ,, lflM 
guaranteed ....,-.._ ..»..„.._.».»... 1 « y ™»*£5 , !Ji 

3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions.... 30,000-00 
, S, Corporate stocks ...~™..-.-....— .-. ..— ».™—-«- . '~~j .^i'JS 

6. Loans and discounts {Including $.16 overdrafts) 289,151.00 

7, Bank premises owned $1.00, furniture and lix- 
turcs $437.05 ,. — .... 



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436.05 



12. TOTAL' ASSETS 



LIABILITIES 



m ueateae 



41,728,746.12 



13.' Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and 
corporations . .tu ..„...••• >...... ..„...«...«......-.-■ —.~. ,.«..—. ^.. . .. 

14. .Time deposits * of individuals, partnerships, and 
corporations **■»'C••■■^«•*•••^*-l#»•«»•**«■«**""■"■*' i **''•^* , '•** , *-■•""* 

18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 

18. ' Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 

*19. TOTAL" DEPOSITS .......$1,578,575.24 
• - • - 

23. Other liabilities . 



-urn k.* ■ 4 * ■ , ' •-* l«. * ■ ■ »■ 



619,050.51 

771,083,58 

180,970.86 
7,470.31 



490.85 



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24. TOTAL LIABILITIES {not including subordln- 



■ ■■.,.-■>,.••> 



ated obligations shown below) 

CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 






25. Capital 

26. Surplus -C, 

27. Undivided profits ..-.;. 

28. Reserves . . — ;„.... 



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30. 



TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 



$1,579,074,09 



50,000.00 
50,000.00 
12,672.03 

35,000.00 

147,672.03 



TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCTS. $1,728,748.12 









I, E. K. Hart, President-Cashier of the above-named bank, do 
solemnly swear (affirm) .that the above statement is true, and that 
It fully and correctly represents the true state of the several mat- 
tcrs herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge 
and belief. . - . (Signed) E. K. HART. 

Correct— Attest: B. J. Hooper, Arthur E. Bennett, Directors 
State of Illinois, County of Lake, ss. 

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 11th day of October, 1954. 
My commission expires Oct. 17, 1857. 

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Regular services at ' Millburn 
Congregational church Sunday, Oct. 
17 will Include Sunday School at 
0:45 and worship scry I e at 11 o'- 
clock, 

Mlllburn Unit of Home Bureau 
will meet' at the home of Mrs, Lyle 
Nelson Friday afternoon' with Mrs, 
Charles Lucas as co-hostess. Couh: 
ty Home Adviser. Mrs, Helen; J. 
Volk will give the major lesson, 
"New Fabrics for Clothing and the 
Home." 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson, Mr, 
and Mns. Frank Edwards, Mr. and 
Mrs, -Wi)llam~ Paulsen and Mr. and 
Mrs. James Foster attended a tur- 
key dinner at the home of Mr. arid 
Mrs. W 'J, Wetzel at North Prairie 
Saturday evening. This dinner was 
prepared, as a demonstration of the 
Steelco Stainless Steel Cookware 
by N. G. Tafllnger/of Llbertyvllle, 

Mrs, Ernest Wells attended' a 
luncheon given .by the. Avon Re- 
publican Women' at the. Country 
Squire Wednesday. 

Arthur Hauscr of Kenosha, Wis,, 
was ■ a " caller at ' the Frank' Hauser 
home Sunday evening. 

Dunne Weber, student at the Uni- 
versity of Southern Illinois at Car- 
bondale, and Sharon Weber of the 
National College of Education in 
Evans ton spent the weekend with 
their parents, Mr, ,and Mrs. -C.-.-P. 
Weber. Other ; guests for dinner 
Sunday^ were 'the Clifford Weber, 
Jr.," family of WInthrop Harbor. 

Julia Hughes and Myron Gaddie 
of Chicago spent the week end 'at 
the" Alex Hughes home, 

Mr.- 'and, Mrs. Thomas Forsythe 



and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Langc 
of Chicago spent Saturday and Sun- 
day with their couslna, Mr, and Mrs, 
Carl Anderson. 

Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Fountaine 
spent the . week ■ end with the Ray 
Hauscr famly at Stephenson, Mich. 
Mrs, • Hauser and twin ' daughters, 
Shirley and Sharon came back with 
them for a visit with her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Clark, *cuid 
other relatives, 

Mr, and Mrs. Vernon "Stahnke 
and daughter Jill of Elgin and Miss 
Vivien Bonner of La Grange were 
dinner, guests at the Leslie Bonner 
home Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harley' Clark are 
announcing the birth of their eighth 
grandchild, a daughter bom to Mr, 
and Mrs, Clayton Engh of Wads- 
worlh Monday, .Oct. 11. 

Mr.'and^Mrs, Charles Lucas were 
dinner guests at, the Harold Yukel 
home In Chicago. / 

Mr., and Mrs. Albert Smith and 
daughters were guests at a birthday 
party at' the Homer White home 
Saturday evcing, 

Mr .and Mrs. Tom Cosgrove of 
Elmhurst spent Sunday at the Os- 
car Neahous home, 
i.The Mtllburfl Pilgrim Fellowship 
was host to other Lake .County 
groups at the church Sunday after- 
noon and evening. Sbcty-five young 
people attended. i 

.. Members of the Men's* club will 
sponsor the annual Halloween patty 
.in the .church -.basement Saturday 
evening, Oct. 30, from 7 to 8:30. 
All children'- of -the community of 
grade school- age f or below are in- 
vited." 
Mr, and Mrs. W.\C. Upton and 



Mr, , and Mrs. Robert Denman at- 
tended the annual dinner meeting 
of 'the,. Veterans' Association of the 
Chicago and North ,' Western Rail- 
way in the Sherman Hotel, Chi- 
cago; 'Saturday evening. 

The fifty-fifth annual bazaar and 
roast chicken dinner for the benefit 
of Mlllburn church will toe Friday, 
Nov.* 5. , The bazaar will be held in 
the Masonic hall* and will Include 
the usual fancy work aprons, rag 
rugs, towels, comforters, bakery 
goods, grab-bag articles, home 
made candy and a booth of surprise 
packages. 

Mr. .and Mrs, Will Bonner spent 
Tuesday at the home of their son, 
Dr. J. H. Bonner in' Walworth, Wis. 



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That Star Spangled Banner. Is raised every -clear day: and 
taken down every evening by Gary. Atkinson, 3!i .years old, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred P. Atkinson, of Kenwood Ave, 
Guroee. . Love of country wn Inspired by his grandmother, 
Mrs. Carl (Marie) Weiss of Anllocb^wlio i came from Denmark 
When she was 11, and who saye, "The Walled State. FUg to 
last beautiful and No, 1 on my list." Last summer the. At* 
Mnsena- read In Tne vYankegan News-Sun about the seeming 
indifference of clUiea* in flying the flag; they bought a new 
nylon one, Ave feet; by eisht feat, and now the whole family 
participates In the ceremony of raising and lowering the 
ftaY Atkinson, who works for the North Shore Food Ser- 
vice, *a first lieutenant In the Army Air Force Reserve, haa 
jast returned from 12 oaye jet training at t GeorgT AlfPotce 
Base, Mohave Desert, Calll. K (WaBkegan : News-Sna photo.) j 




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INVEST YOURSELF IN 

Life's Most Rewarding Venture 

... ; worship regularly, at the church of your choice. 
Those not already connected with a church In oar 
vicinity are Invited to 

Lakeland baptist Church 

LAKE VILLA, ILL. * 

(Temporary Quarters: Central Baptist Children s Home) 

Service each Sunday 1 1 A. M.-rond 7:30 P. M; 

REV. JOHN eARBEE,vMWlSTER. 



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PAGE TEN 



COME IN AND GET A CARD 

with the purchase of 25 gallons of 

Milk you will get ONE Gallon 

FREE 



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UNTIL 12 NOON 



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$299^0 INCLUDES 

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Aluminum Combination Door with full screen 
and Storm and Key-lock 



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ALSO ALUMINUM AWNINGS 

VENETIAN BLINDS - SHADES 

Thebest Venetian Blind Co. 



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JSPorrowers: here are facts 
JpJlbout bank loans for your 

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J^eeds you really should 
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B§ow over-all cost; 

%0n budget terms (yau get 

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Ro ''red tape." 

Apply here for wf to meet your credit ■ 
requirements- for any sound purpose; , 

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

Aotioch, UL 
Don't forget to use our drive-up window, located on 
Lake street. A special 5-minute parking zone for cus- 
tomers of the drive-up window only, has been provided 
for your convenience. 

"The Friendly Bank on the Corner" 



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THE AOTIOCH NEWs/1A^^,25MM-^—^ 



THURSDAY. ^.TDBKR 14. 1954 



The Jewel Box 



1st Anniversary Sale 




Friday and Saturday, October 22 & 23 



906 Main Stn«t 



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For Used Car 

Bargains 

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your eyes 

Come see the beauties we're getting, 
because Buick sales are soaring! 

LAKELAND BUICK 

HIGHWAY 12 FOX LAKE, ILL 

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Card Of Thanks 

.We. wish to express our appreciation and .thanks 

to our friends and | neighbors for the many acts 

of kindness and sympathy shown during our recent , 

bereavement in the Moss of our dear mother and 

grandmother. 

. -THE KEMPF FAMILY 




MASQUERADE 




Oct. 30, 1954 



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Antioch Moose Hall 

ipontored by 
WOMEN OF THE MOOSE 

DONATION 50c 

Grand March at 11:30 P. M. 



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HAS MADE POSSIBLE THIS 95th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 




Campbell's Tomato Soup* £ 10c 
Flavor-Klst Salflnos „ & 25c 
Margarine ^^2^:390 
Cottage Cheese <&%&£ 2 it 45c 



"S^r-WOf" If. lijifci 

Ready raEot 

COOKED HAMS 



W)to|» or 
Slunk 
H.If. 
LB. 



Fun 

Butt 

H.ir 



59c 

M<« Y««f Ayo «9c 




Juice 

A&P Fancy Oniweotanod 

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2^35 

Peeled Apricots ^LVi 



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53c 

*t« W Ago 6U 

Stewers or Fryers 

Cooked Picnics iffi^c 35c 
Smoked Butts 
Sliced Bacon 




Mo Cooking Necatiary 
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63c 



rM« V««f Ago 4f e 

Pork Chops <^ 



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Slah Bacon WftS* 



Orange Juice ?■££& 
Bartlett Pears 



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X:S9c 
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Del Monte Peaches 

2- 55 c 



Slkat or H«l*«* 



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Sultana Rice 
Peach Preserves ^l** 
Prepared Spaghetti C ; PIWBe 
MlbletsCorn w^T.t.%, 2'^ 33c 



R«d v Rip* Delicto 

APPLES 

Rod Potatoes "$#• 48£ v '1« 
Porto Rlcan Yams S^Ho 
Yellow Onions 3 & lie 

to "« -ST.. t £ 29c 



,69c 

Giant Shrimp fc& ^etc 
Canned Hams &,?'&. lfc 75c 
SBiokodBoofTtnjuo ,45c 



2 "*- ZSfc 

GRAPEFRUIT 80 4 for 29c 

Orange Juleo °» z te We 

StrawborrlH^tr2^;45 c 
SWnach *%»* .^jjg 



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Py-0-MyMix 
Fould's Spaghetti 
My-T-Fine Instant Puddings 

Milani's DeCisco Dressing 
Heinz Daby Foods ».*»* 
Libby's Baby Foods 
Wesson Salad Oil £ 



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Swift's Pork Sausage 

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Swift's Peanut Sutter ££ 
Banquet Chicken Pies ^ 
ReaLemon Lemonade 
Town House Crackers 
Nabisco Graham Crackers £ £ 



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Ivory Bath Soap . 
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Vel Detergent 
Kleenex Tissue 
Chick-n Rich Dog Food 
Bab-0 Cleanser 



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Cashmere Bouquet £* 3 -• 25 c 
Camay Bath Soap *0 ; 2-25 e 
Camay Facial Soap" M tT" 3 1 25* 
Northern Tissue £&■ 3-25° 



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